Operating System Android received native fingerprint authentication support after the release of Marshmallow version 6.0, but it looks like the platform 10 Windows Mobile only this summer will he receive a position ofproidentical waters. With the launch of the update "Anniversary”For Windows 10, smartphones accessorized with this operating system will be able to use fingerprint sensors to unlock the display and authenticate on various services.
This feature completes the authentication service "Hello", Which uses the front camera to identify the user. However, it is not quite certain whether the two authentication methods can be used in parallel or whether we will have to opt for only one of them. The first smartphone to benefit from this feature will be the new one HP Elite x3That comes equipped with such a sensor.
All 10 Windows Mobile phones currently available have been released without biometric authentication capabilities, so it is probabil as the next generation of smartphones Lumia to be delivered by a sensor of this type. Microsoft has confirmed platform compatibility with fingerprint sensors from FPC si Synaptics, the best known procarriers of such technology for smartphones.
Rumors have emerged according to which 10 Anniversary Windows Update It could be released in July, to mark the one year anniversary of the launch of the operating system.